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DWB

Member Since 24 Jul 2016
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In Topic: 2019 Hay Bale Pepper Patch

Yesterday, 08:49 PM

I started building a new shit sandwich to serve to the garden the next year. I actually started it three weeks ago with the grass clippings from the far front yard, horse poo and the last of my conveniently procured oak leaves for the year.

 

I let the grass go three weeks before cutting it yesterday and scored a big pile of stuff. About 2 yards of very finely chopped hay. I mow and throw to the middle so it's cut and recut many times over. Made for a big pile. My fertilizer guy Cadi eats his fill but that's only fair since he provides the rest of the mixture. I think it will make some good compost. The pile appears to be blessed by light beams from above :surprised:

 

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In Topic: 2019 Hay Bale Pepper Patch

Yesterday, 08:42 PM

Just like trimming the hedges... ;)

 

Incredible growth there buddy!

 

The aerial growth shot from this week looks nicer with some air between the rows. I considered bringing out a hedge trimmer but did it the old fashioned way with shears. This will be yet another ongoing addition to my picking routine. Pick a pod, pull a weed, trim a branch. Will only thicken the impenetrable mass and make picking even more difficult but at least I'll be able to move through there without breaking stuff.

 

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In Topic: 2019 Hay Bale Pepper Patch

Yesterday, 08:36 PM

 

Damn, like the lowlands of the 'Nam...Watch for Mr. Two-Step....hangin' in the canopy....

 

No Mr. Two-Step around here but I definitely watch for Mr Eastern Diamondback. I've never seen one of them up a tree but I know they climb. One was up in the rafters in an open pole barn and fell onto the windshield of one of my cars. Screwed him up bigtime. He had a prolapsed cloaca, went septic and died before  I could find a vet (or anyone else) who had the stones to help me fix him. I was at least one hand short for doing the job of tubing him, holding him, stuffing his insides back inside and putting in a stitch. A shame.
 


In Topic: 2019 Hay Bale Pepper Patch

16 August 2019 - 11:24 AM

I'm clearing the jungle roads. Slow because it rains everyday but I'm getting there.

 

I put a lot of plant on the floor this morning. Gotta get that out and shred it for the compost.

 

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In Topic: SKULLBIKERS 2019 Container and Kratky GLOG

14 August 2019 - 07:44 PM

Sorry you're out of plants but I'm happy the moving is finished and you're safe and secure.